Entry from British & World English dictionary
Uniform of a type intended to be worn by soldiers in actual combat: a hulking first lieutenant in combat dress
More example sentences
- As one military analyst noted: ‘Standing on the armoured vehicle with the cannon not capped and in combat dress, that's a show of force.’
- Marching behind are 15 Japanese samurai wearing combat dress and carrying 4ft-long swords.
- Five gunmen, dressed in combat dress and balaclavas, fired a volley of shots in the air in front of a cheering crowd.
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